22 African countries that have legalized gays.


The huge backlash from the general population of Ghana excluding some members of the Ghanaian clergy whose mouths were full condemned the position of the president who later through his media cabal massaged the effects of the story.

When President Nana Addo indicated his strong desire to build a National Cathedral many people believe that he would fall into the trap of the global gay community. As it is unfolding, the belief of Ghanaians who held this position are been vindicated.

The President Nana Addo recently held a fund raising dinner in the USA for his National Cathedral project that was graced by mostly attendees who are allegedly gays, gay right lobbyists, members of so called human right organizations, church leaders who are open gay practice promoters etc etc

The two major blocs of the Christian faith, the Christian Council and the Charismatic and Pentecostal Council of Ghana, have this week been active in calling for an anti-LGBTQ+ Bill to be passed into law. Out of 54 African states, 22 of them have legalized homosexuality, will it be the turn of Ghana. Here are the countries listed below;

1. South Africa: Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people in South Africa enjoy the same rights as non-LGBT people.

2. Angola has done away with criminalizing homosexuality, removing a notorious “vices against nature” provision in its penal code.

3. Botswana : Both female and male same-sex sexual acts have been legal in Botswana

4. Lesotho does not recognise same-sex marriages or civil unions, nor does it ban discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity.

5. Republic of Seychelles.
LGBT persons in the Seychelles may face legal challenges not experienced by non-LGBT residents.

6. Mozambique is one of the most LGBT-friendly African nations. Same-sex sexual activity became legal in Mozambique under the new Criminal Code that took effect in June 2015.

Source: cbgist.com

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